Electrical & Computer Engineering     |     Carnegie Mellon

Wednesday, September 11, 12:00-1:00 p.m. HH-1112

Larry Pileggi
Carnegie Mellon University

Constructive Fabrics

The complexities and economic realities of IC design create an urgent need for new ways of designing and manufacturing application-specific integrated systems. Our mission within the MARCO funded Gigascale Silicon Research Center (GSRC) is to develop affordable ways of constructing reliable circuit fabrics. In this presentation I'll explain some of our constructive fabrics work that is on-going within GSRC and CSSI.

Larry Pileggi is Professor of ECE and Director CSSI at Carnegie Mellon. He was previously a professor of ECE at UT Austin. Prior to obtaining his Ph.D. from CMU in 1989, he worked in biomedical electronics design for the Foundation of Applied Science and Technology, and as an IC designer for Westinghouse R&D.